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And skirt that sterile blade. 
Advance with us as we digress, 
And be ye not afraid. 




TO THE CLASS OF 1960 

IT IS WITH HEARTFELT PRIDE AND SATISFACTION THAT I WELCOME 
YOU TO THE NOBLEST OF THE PROFESSIONS AND EXTEND TO EACH OF 
YOU MY WARM CONGRATULATIONS FOR YOUR ACHIEVEMENT. 

TRULY. I ENVY YOU, I DO SO IN PART BECAUSE YOU ARE BETTER 
EQUIPPED TO MAKE SICK PEOPLE WELL THAN ANY GRADUATES IN MEDICINE 
HAVE EVER BEEN BEFORE — A CIRCUMSTANCE BOTH SATISFYING AND 
CHALLENGING. I ENVY YOU, TOO, BECAUSE YOU WILL BE PRIVILEGED TO 
PARTICIPATE IN WHAT I AM CONFIDENT WILL BE AN ERA OF MEDICAL 
DISCOVERY OF SUCH DIMENSIONS AS TO DWARF ANY THAT HAVE GONE 
BEFORE. 

BUT WHILE YOU WILL BE ABLE TO CONFER UNPRECEDENTED PER- 
SONAL BENEFITS ON YOUR PATIENTS. GREAT IMPERSONAL FORCES AF- 
FECTING GENERATIONS YET TO BE BORN WILL CREATE PROBLEMS OF A 
QUITE DIFFERENT ORDER AND I HOPE YOU WILL REGARD THEM. AS MUST 
ALL PEOPLE OF GOOD WILL. AS YOUR CONCERN AND STRIVE IN THE BEST 
WAY YOU CAN FOR THEIR SOLUTION. I REFER TO POLITICAL AND SOCIAL 
AND MASS BEHAVIORAL MATTERS. FOR EXAMPLE, THE STIMULATED THREAT 
OF MAN'S EXTINCTION BY ATOMIC EXPLOSIONS, OVERPOPULATION. RACIAL 
INTEGRATION. AND THE WIDENING GULF BETWEEN WHAT IS KNOWN AND 
WHAT CAN BE UNDERSTOOD BY LARGE NUMBERS OF PEOPLE. 

I HAVE FULL CONFIDENCE THAT YOU WILL BE GOOD DOCTORS TO THE 
PATIENTS WHO COME TO YOU. I URGE YOU TO ASSUME AN EQUAL MEASURE 
OF RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE WELFARE OF MAN IN THE AGGREGATE. 

NOW, TO EACH OF YOU GOES MY EARNEST WISH FOR A LONG, HAPPY 
AND REWARDING LIFE. AND MY HOPE THAT YOU WILL REMAIN TO THE END 
LOYAL TO HAHNEMANN. WHICH DID SO MUCH TO MAKE YOU WHAT YOU ARE. 



CHARLES CAMERON. M.D. 

DEAN. HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE 



THE CIVS OF HAHNEMANN 




Harold A. Taggart, M.D. 
Associate Dean 



Cyrus S. LiebermanJ A* 
Alumni Secretary 



Janet Toohy 
Secretary to Registrar 



Jean MacArthur 
Front Office Secretary 



Shirley Mohn 
Bookstore 



Mary Miller 
Secretary to Dean 



Lily Bellin 
Assistant Librarian 



Emily Bnllington 
Assistant Librarian 




"The Battle" 







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One night as the ward lay quiet, I with stethoscope in ear. 
Examined well a sleeping child to see what I could hear; 
Amidst a bloody battlefield with flapping valves around, 
I heard the age-old battle of the murmur and the sound. 



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"Shh-Boom, Shh-Boom! I've had enough," cried out the ang 
It matters not what phase I'm in, you always hang around; 
"Boom-Shh, BoomShh," the murmur wheezed, you better go away, 
It matters not how loud you get because Fm here to stay. 

Let's call a temporary truce, I heard the sound implore, 

Let's redefine the issues of what we're fighting for; 

You want this heart, I want this heart, the patient wants it too, 

The strongest pair will hold the fort — it looks as though you're through. 

My strength is definition, you shapeless jelly fish, 
You're nothing but a grumble, a whisper, and a hiss; 
Although at times I have my faults — a split Mi, a clang, a bend, 
I have much to my credit — a beginning, and an end. 

For you arise from nowhere like a thief out of the night, 

You follow at my footsteps, and you quiver in my light; 

I set the pace, Fm clear and strong— sometimes with truth I ring, 

You ill-defined vibration, you slither, and you cling. 

Mm-mm the murmur buzzed with glee, you uninspired frump, 
You may be booming loud or sharp, but all you do is thump ! 
While I can be the whistling wind, or better still a lover's sigh, 
The rumble of a distant train as it goes racing by. 

I sometimes come before you — and oft times drown you out, 
And all I do is murmur, while you are forced to shout; 
Innocuous I may be, but I am deadly too, 
Corrected or neglected I'm more powerful than you ! 

There was a moment of silence, I thought the heart was gone, 

When in unison I heard them scream, "we both will carry on"! 

Pump on you tough old muscle, the battle is resuming — 

And then their cries were all drowned out beneath the wild Shh-Booming. 

You won't believe my story, but maybe late one night, 

You'll hear a vocal interlude when sound and murmur fight; 

Until then I have living proof of their battle and their doom, 

Just listen hard you'll hear them — "Shh-Boom, Shh-Boom, Shh-Boom.** 

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Clinical Professor of Medicine 



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For the embodiment of principles too often forgotten in medicine 

For teaching us the science while showing us the art 

For determination without ruthlessness and dedication without fanaticism 

For an iron will tempered by a soft voice 

And a love of scholastics abetted by a keen mind 

For being an excellent teacher, a fine physician and a good friend 

It was a privilege to know you, Dr. Geckeler. 




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Chairman of Anatomy 




H. I. PerlmuUer, 
Assistant Professor 




C. K. Haun 



Inside the Insides 
with Anatomy 



Man is just a sum of his parts, 
No better or worse than they; 
Put together in fits and starts, 
In a most miraculous way. 



He's supported by bones, ambulated by joints 
And fed by a muscle that pumps, 




And like his fellows, he breathes through 2 bellows 
And thinks with two jelly-like bumps. 



Anatomist Truex, can you explain 
Where we should look for the soul? 
For no matter how we cut it we find 
The parts are much less than the whole. 




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The microscope . . . 

Our secret symbol of success, 

Our sacred cow, our togetherness; 

But truthfully we must confess 

It makes all things look like a mess. 




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WANTED 



Members of the PORPHYRIN RING, 
most notorious Philadelphia gang. 
Seen last, huddled around a bridge 
table planning a grand slam. Two 
known to be killers. Thirteen medical 
students "knocked off" in Spring of '57. 
Scores of others multilated when they 
squealed the results of the practical to 
the second group. Known to brain- 
wash victims for 15 minutes every 
Wednesday morning and hydrolyze re- 
mains in 0.1N HCL. Caution, these men 
are armed (2). 




A Truly Happy Depart- 
ment. 



Dr. Wase overjoyed at teaching another 
Freshman Class. 



Identifying the Unknown. 



Inside Physiology. 




Fig. 1. "Big Mother": 



Sees all 
Knows all 
Tells nothing 



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CHAPTER 1 
... it all began with muscle twitches — just little 
pieces of disarticulated meat. They wouldn't twitch. 
Then turtle hearts, necessary to a turtle, but to fledgling 
physicians, thev were nothing but frustrating fibrillators. 
But the third and worst instrument of torture was 
about to appear . . . the kymograph (pictured here), 
invented, no doubt, by a mad Russian. Blueprints for 
operation were buried in a sealed vault to be opened 
in 2000 A.D. And all this time "Big Mother" was 
watching . . . just waiting for one false move (see Fig. 
1). But Scottfearing souls were we, and we clutched 
our bibles (see Fig. 2) and . . . 



LECTUKI 
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Professor and Head of Dept. of Pathology 






R. Maniglia, M.D. 



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E. K. Koiwai, M.D. 



J. Dolphin, M.D. 



H. Singletary, M.D. 







oung researcher: "Do cigarettes cause cancer?" 



Tu mor disbelievers: "Impossible, daddy-o! 




'But, sir, your bronchial epithelium is 
typerplastic ..." 




Lad, I've smoked for nigh onto 30 year 



'But we know thev cause mouse tumors." 



Autopsy #1 

Name: Class of Sixty 

Time of Death: March, 1958 
External Exam: External exam reveals 90-100 pieces of 
cyanotic flesh held together by a common 
ghoul. No icterus, but evidence of carotene- 
mia. Pupils unequal. Whiplash marks over 
back. Cut-down-to-size scars on both ex- 
tremities. 



Internal Exam: 



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Body opened in usual X-shaped incision. No 
organs found. The peritoneal cavity con- 
tained about 4000 cc of dirty white fluid. 
Partially digested bits of Anderson's synopsis 
seen floating around. 

Skull opened. White matter of cortex totally 
replaced by colored kodachromes and small 
inflammatory cells. 

Clinical cause of Death : Homocide. 

Anatomical cause of Death : 

(1) Acute adrenal insufficiency 

(2) Congestive Heart Failure 

(3) Ulcerative colitis 

(4) Acute anxiety reaction 



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The little students laugh and play, 

their pupils quite constricted. 
They romp around the poppy field, 

so gay and unrestricted. 
The virile hull is peaceful now, 

and all the cows are glad. 
Some budding farmacologist has 

fed him Arfonad. 



On morphine are the pussy cats, 

and are those kitties hep, 
The rats must eat Amphetamine, 

just to keep in step. 
That old goat behind the barn, 

who used to be quite proper, 
Had estrogen 4X a day and now no one 

can stop her. 
On Digitoxin are the pigs, 

those sows will never swell, 
Our diuretics work so fine, 

no need to dig a well. 
So, if you're interested my lad, 

just pack your G. & G., 
The posies and the sunshine 

await your 3 months spree. 






Forward to the clinic . . . Real patients at last. 




How am I, Doc? 





Oh, well, books are a man's best friend 
anyway. 



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I. H. Moyer, Professor and Chair- 
nan of the Department 
'Water, water everywhere . . ." 



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J. M. Gambescia 
''Etiology of peptic ulcer?" 



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Psychosomatics and semantics 

Oh the glory of pure pedantics 

Oh the grandeur of drugs with numbers 

Designed to stimulate, but causing slumbers. 



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Drs. Likoff and Mason — 
Cardiology- 



Coronary Collusion" 



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Marvin Hand, M.D. 
"Schwann Song" 



— Neurology 



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Foster Murphy, M.D. — Endocrinology 
"In pursuit of sweetness and light" 



C. M. Thompson, 
Gastroenterology 




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Writers of articles, readers of histories, 
Graders of particles, solvers of mysteries. 
Makers of laws, breakers of tradition. 
Hail medicine men, kin^s of sedition. 



\V. I.. \\ Ikon, Hematology 




Drs. Oellin and Brignola — Cheat 
"Cannonbull Twins — atelectasis and effusion" 




L, Nicholas and H. J. Hurley, 

Dermatology 

"Rash Statements" 





Drs. Lucchesi and Bogucki 
Public Health 
"Sanitation" 



2^ hi* Specimen 



L. C. Mills, Endocrinology 
"The 18th ketosteroid" 








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Sgt. Seven: Chief Investigator: Di- 
vision of Crooked Joints. 



Give me a little wheeze — will 
ya hon. 




Chock full of nuggets. 



Sound and the Furey. 



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We have just begun to fight. 



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PGH . . . Mecca of medicine. 

I hear they flunked six in 
medicine. 



You're kiddim 



Have you been keeping abreast with Yes, great Oakes from little 

the latest research? acorns grow. 

Thev wouldn't dare . . . 



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P.M.I. Easy way to get a thrill 



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S.O.B. What Mike isn't 
L.M.D. If you're lucky ^ 1 1 ever 



Purists 

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PSYCHIATRY 




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A well placed neurosis is worse than lordosis. 
And you can't cut it out with a knife. 
Your Freudian future does not sport a suture. 
But you'll have it the rest of your life. 



Psychiatric ally speaking. 
The world is just reeking 

With internists, surgeons and such. 

When what we are needing 

Is longer breast feeding. 

And the lure of an analyst's touch. 



Dr. V. B. O. HammetV 
Professor and Chairman^ 
of the Department 



B. Edelstein, R. Gross, R. Foma- 
lont, G. Glantz, E. Weinberg, H. 
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J. M. Howard, Chief 



P. H. Vonfraenkel, Bronchoscopy 






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We are privileged indeed to have entered the age, where the surgeon's a gentleman, scholar and sage. 

Away with the Allis, down with Kellys, begone foul retractors, destroy all the Smellies. 

But give us instead a comfortable seat, to discuss innervation of gangrenous feet; 

With theories for forceps and ideas for knives, our sitting surgeons go forth to save lives; 

But sometimes we feel — as if they would care — it's a mighty long arm that can cut from a chair. 




ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS 

a farce in three acts 

Characters: Dr. J. Howard . . . Surgical chief 
Staff men 

Students in order of importance 

Residents 
Kind old lady 



The entire play takes place in the surgical amphi- 
theater. It is clearly a remnant of the Spanish Inquisi- 
tion. Torture periods are mercifully limited to tico 
hours. Seats accommodate only the tip of the coccyx 
if it is pointing posteriorly. Several cracks in the icall 
give the impression of great age and strength. 

Act I, Scene I: Grand Rounds (Large Circles) 
Time 2:00 P.M. 





Dr. Howard: "Our interesting subject today is acute chole- 
cystitis. (He pauses and looks to far corner of amphitheater 
where Student M. Bush is sitting). Can you heere me, Mister 
Bush? (Voice heard faintly from distance): "No, thank you, 
Dr. Howard, I never drink beer before breakfast." (The good 
doctor shrugs helplessly, then looks at the list in front of 
him. His eyes light up as he spots a neic victim). "Mr. De- 
Marco, what nerve innervates the gall bladder?" 




Dr. Howard: (gently) 
"You're not quite right 
son. Would you look that 
up and report on it next 
week, Mr. DeRusso?" 




Mr. DeMarco: (Ignoring DeMatteo and foolishly going to 
Christopher. In haste he gets tcrong section). "I believe it's 
just called the detrussor nerve, sir." (There is frantic hissing 
from the galley). 




Mr. DeRusso (scou-ling angrily at grandstanders) : "No, 
(Pause) sir." 



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Dr. Howard (to left hand man and #1 resident): "What do I do 
now, Ed?" 

Ed (remaining impassive) : "Bring in the first patient." (Doors open 
and kindly old lady is brought in. She looks around at all the bright, 
eager, intelligent young faces, obviously impressed). Dr. Howard 
(bursting ivith U. of P. charm): "How do you feel since your 
operation?" 



Kindly old lady: "Ixiusy! And who 
are all these dumb looking kids 
staring at me?" 




Dr. Pearce! (obviously distressed at this unorthodox display). "Now, 

now mother, this nice man saved your life by taking out your gall 

bladder." 

(Kindly old lady stamping out of room in disgust). "I ain't your 

mother . . . and I ain't had no gall bladder in years." 




Dr. Grotzinger (dark-haired boy 
jumping to feet): "This case was 
blundered! I alone (modestly) 
suspected a retro-hepatic appendix 
... It was the only gall bladder 
I ever saw with an impacted 
fecolith!" 



There is a great deal of commotion. Residents are seen hauling kind old 
lady and Dr. Grotzinger away in burlap hags. House lights dim. Shots are 
heard in the distance. 



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Snip Diagnosis 

Pictured are clues leading to common conditions encountered 
in the everyday practice of medicine. You should he ahle to 
identify at least one out of the eif-ht. Those getting over t 
citrrect answers wtU be aicarded the honeymoon suite at 
Eastern Psychiatric. 




ANSWERS 

(A) Acute alcoholism (getting plastered). 

(B) Simple laceration (pierced). 

(C) Elephantiasis (Sack-ulated skin). 

(D) Decongestite Failure (Prostatism). 



(E) Graves Disease (for teachers run digging medical 

student). 
(¥) Chronic cystic mastitis (note double-breasted coat). 
(G) Manic depressive (off on a tangent). 
(H) Ischiopagus. 



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"Jest drop your legs, mother." 



inju j cou u nave sworn her pelvis was adequate 



Injuries 




Born: twins: one male and one blood clot. 



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Spreading old wives' tails. 

Form# 645-2 



LABOR RECORD 




Medieval torture instrument 




'Is this a gland I see before me?' 




In Fertility clinic 



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SONG 
OF THE 
TRICHOMONAS 

Thru the speculum — what do you see? 

A vagina, a cervix, an os and me. 

From my warm little spot on this velvety place, 

I'm a smug little bug — I'm a pelvic disgrace. 

Menorrhagia, metrorrhagia keep pounding at my head. 
That polyp up on cervix erode would like to see me 

dead. 
But worst of all, some months ago, a fetus passing by. 
Squashed my vacuole to bits, and kicked me in the 

eye. 

They try to destroy me, for I know too much, 
I can tell a man's worth just by his touch. 
They squirt me with gentian and floraquin too. 
If they knew I mutated — they'd be in a stew! 

I really am a kindly soul, I don't want fame or riches, 
My only pleasure out of life is giving ladies itches. 
So great and mighty OB men, please don't be neurotic. 
This place is big enough for two, so let's be symbiotic. 



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GYN. CASE CONFERENCE #1 
A freshman medical student came to Gyn. Clinic be- 
cause of sterility. A D & C revealed sickretory endome- 
trium and retained products of deception. Dx was 
secondary ammenorrhea of the mind. Endocrine therapy 
was initiated. Vicarious mesmerization was induced and 
the egg-head was finally fertilized. 
Thank goodness for gynecologists! 




MACFADYEN GYNECOLOGICAL SOCIETY Front Row, left to right: S. Brown, D. 
Davis (President), R. Johnson. Second Roto; D. Cassel, R. Schuster, H. Culton. 



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URI's all winter 
Allergies start in the spring 
Diarrheas are common in summer 
God knows what autumn will bring. 

Temps go alarmingly high 

Throats get a fiery red. 

24 hours is the limit, 

One can possibly keep them in bed. 

Charming and dear little monsters 
Their maladies do drive us wild. 
Cross your fingers and give penicillin 
Nature is kind to a child. 



Revolutionary new treat- 
ment in child psychiatry 
— "Belmont Special." 




Magnifying the issue. 




I admit I'm a little young, but I haven't finished my 
residency, yet. 



Infant Hercules 

"Precocious puberty." 






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Department of 



FRESHMAN CLASS 

September 10, 1959 to June 11, 1960 

Subject 



Final grades obtained by a computation of marks earned at recitations, test examinations, and final 
examinations. RE-EXAMINATION— FINAL GRADE. (Cross out words not applying.) 



Enter all failures in RED 




ABDA, John, Jr. 
ABRAMS, Arthur Jay 
ALLEY, Sarnie Abbas 
ARNOLD. Gordon Carl 
BELKIN. Benita Doris 
BLUMHARDT, Ralph 
BOSSARD. EDe n Jane 
BRENDLINGE 
BURNS, Jess Robert 
CAMITTA. Francine Deborah 
CAPRIOTTI, Robert John 
CAVALIER. Ralph John, Jr. 
CHRIST, Walter Richard 
CLAIR, Theodore William 
COHEN. Richard David 
COLE. Dennis Gene 



CRAWFORD. Donald Gordon 
CUMMINGS, John Morton 
D'ANCA, Alfred Franklin 
DI STEFANO, Vincent James 



GLAUSER. Frederick Louis 

GORDON. Meyer Haim 

GOTLIEB, Jerry 

GUER1ERA. C harles Joseph 

GUTTERMAN. Paul 

HABER, Arthur Stephen 

HALFPENNY, Charles Francis, Jr. McCURLEY, William Stran, II 



LASKA, Lawrence Kenneth 
LATHAN, William Edward" 
LIBSHITZ, Herman 
LITTLE, George Robert 
LOVELESS, James De Golier 
MAIER, Charles Lawrence 



MEYERS, James LeRoy 
MORSE. Barry William 



HANSEN, Raymond Asbjo rn 

HERNDON, John Francis 

HIRSCHHORN. Richard Ludwi g MULLIN, Hugh Joseph, J r. 

NASE, Donald Frederick 
NICOTERA. A nthony Louis 
ONDASH, Bernard Step hen 
ORNAF, Daniel Edward 
PADOVA, James A nthony 
PASKIN, Sandor 



HOROWITZ. Jerome Howard 
HUMMER. Charles DeWitt, Jr. 
HYMAN. Jack Edward 
JOHNSON, George Mark 
JONES, Walter B urnett 
JULIA. Walter 



RZEPELA. Stanley J. 
SABA, John Maro n, Jr. 
SANDBERG, Judith Ann 
SCHADE, John Foster 
SCHNEIDER, Clinton D unn 
SHAID. David Stanton 
SHARTZ, Erwin Sanford 
SHICK. Herbert Louis 



SIMON, Joseph H. 



STEELMAN, Rush Barrett 
STEIN, Manuel 
STEPPACHER, Robert Clarke 
TABACHNIKOFF. Robert Milton 
TATEM. Henry Randolph , III 
TERAMOTO, Yoshitsugu 
TOLAND, Joseph Charles 



KAPLAN. Barry Stephen 
KATZ, Joyce Zissman 
KATZ, Michael Robert 
KATZ, Steven Edward 



TOOT, Paul John 
UNGAR. Joseph Irwin 
VUKMER, George Jay 



EASTLAND, Theodore William, Jr. KELLY. Malcolm Robert 



EPSON, Hobart Brattn id 
FINE, Burton Paul 
FRANCIS, William Leon 
GEORGE, Edward Dale 
GERMOND. Peter Boyd 
GLASER, Barry Louis 



KEMMERER. Dale Lee 
KESSLER, Robert 
KOFF. Marvin Saul 
KRATZ. Vernon Halteman 
LAM. Carl Augustus 
LAM. Ronald Errol 



PATCHEFSKY. Arthur Steven 

PAVITT, Peter Charl es 

PETTI, Alfonso F. 

PETTYJOHN, Frank Schme rmund WEINSTEIN, Saul Frank 

PHOT1AS. George Nichola s WEISS, Donald Johnston 

PITHA. Nicholas Ric hard 

PORTNER, Barry 



WILLIAMS, Alexander William, Jr. 



WOLDOFF, Mitchell 



PREISER, Franklin Mayer 
RAVIN, John Murray 



WROBLEWSKI, Ronald John 



ZALL, Harry 



ROTH, Arnold M. 
RUTT. John Mark 



ZIMPFER, Fletcher Everett, II 



Zl'CK, Thomas Frank 



The Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia 



D epartment of 



SOPHOMORE CIASS 

September 14, 1959 to June 11, 1960 

Subject 



Final grades obtained by a computation of marks earned at recitations, test examinations, and final 
examinations. RE-EXAMINATION— FINAL GRADE. (Cross out words not applying.) 

Enter all failures in RED 




ALLISON, Howard Hazlett 
ANDREWS, Enos Trent 
BERK, Henry Marvin 
BREMER, Lloyd Hay 
BROWN, Stanton Rodman 
BUCKLEY, Clifford James 
BUONO, Francis Louis 
BUTLER, Ivan Lewis 
CAPUTO, Pasquale Ronald 



FOXX, Richard Max 

FRIEDBERG, Bernard 

GIULIAN, Karl Anthony 

GUERRIERO, Ernest William 

HAMMERBERG, Larry Donald NAGY, Frank Michael 



McKISSICK, Trevor Lee 
MILLER, Kenneth Earle 
MILSTEIN, Seymour Walter 
MIYAZAKI, Yoshio 



HAUSLER, Fred Conrad, Jr. 
HENRIE, Edwin John 
HENRY, Charles Russell 
HIGBEE, James Joseph 



CARTER, Joseph Hanklnson, Jr. IRONSIDE, Paul Allan, Jr. 



CATTANO, Andrew Nicholas 
COHEN, Jerome Irving 
COLKZO, Francis Paul, Jr. 
COMPTON, James Frederick 
CREAMER, Thomas Edward 
CZARNECKI, Casimir Leonard 
DARDIK, Irving 



DECH, Elmer Renner 
DEREZIN, Marvin 
FAUNCE, James George, III 
FAUST, James Arthur 
FORTUNA, Louis Michael 



JARDEN, George Huhn, Jr. 
JOHNSON, N. Ragner 
KEBLISH, Peter Anthony, Jr. 
KELLERMAN, Alan 
KIM, Hang-Sun 
KRAMER, Mark Stephen 
LANDRY, Wayne Charles 
La VERDE, Philip Salvatore 
1,11.1 IE, Homer John, Jr. 
LOIGMAN, Barry Isadore 
LUNDBLAD, Daniel Miles 
MAILLOUX, Lionel Urbain, Jr. 
McADAMS, Brendan Vincent. Jr. 



NORANTE, John Daniel 
O'MALLEY, Joseph Frederick 
OSLICK, Theodore 



PATUKAS, Peter C. 
PETERS, Norman Eugene 
PUGLIESE, Frank Michael 
PUMA, Samuel Charles 
RICHMAN, Morton William 
ROACHE, Martin John 
ROBBINS, Lester Elisha. Jr. 
ROBINS, Sherman Arthur 



ROSEN, David 
SCHATZ, Nathan 
SEIDMANN. S. William 
SEITTER, Glrard, HI 
SINGER, Melvin 
SKLAR, Bernard Morton 



SKWEIR. Leon Arthur 
SOLLER. Herbert Isaac 
SOLOMON. Jack Lee 
SOLTYS. Henry Daniel 
SPANGLER. William Edmund 



SPITZER, Stanley 
STAMPS. William Harris 
STEIN. Arnold Martin 
STEIN, Joel 
STEINBRECHER. LeRoy Monroe 



STONER, John Clinton 
STRONG, William Bryan 
TERUY'A, Thomas Hiroshi 
WALKER, Sidney 
WARD, Harold Richard 
WILDER, Lowell Wendell 
WILLIAMS, Arthur Kent 
WILSON, Edwin Stanley 
WITZIG, Richard Alan 
WURTELE, Lester Herbert 
YOUNG, William Werner 
ZARRO, Vincent Joseph 



The Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia 



Department of 



JUNIOR CLASS 

September 14, 1959 to June 11, 1960 

Subject 



Final gTades obtained by a computation of marks earned at recitations, test examinations, and final 
examinations. RE-EXAMINATION— FINAL GRADE. (Cross out words not applying.) 



Enter all failures in RED 




ABRAMSON. Benjamin 
ARMSTRONG. Schuyler S. 
BAKER. Paul Wesley, Jr. 
BARRY, William John 
BASCH. Samuel He rbert 
BOYD, Dale Woods 
BROWN, Charles Edward 
BY BEL. Nicholas 
CANDELORI. Carmen Daniel 
CASSEL. Ralph Douglas 
COHEN. Herbert E. 
CREIGHTON. James Larue 
CRESSMAN, Frederick Kehm, Jr. 
CROFT, Vernon Ray 



DIAZ, Robert Leonard 
DIEZ, Charles Michael 
PI MAURO, Frank Samuel 
DLUTOWSKI, Bernard Jos eph 
EARICK, Michael Edward 
FIGUEROA, William Gerald 
FINNERTY, Edward James 
FOGG, C. Douglas 



FR1EDBERG, Kenneth 
GERMON, Patricia Ann 
G1NDHART. John Donald 
GRANITO, Conrad Joseph 
GREEN, Roy Carter, Jr . 
GROSS. Richard Hen ry 
HAVEN, Henry 



KREITHEN, Harold 
KULBASKI, Frank Edward 
LASSITER, George Sherman 
LEBER, Robert Edward 
MARANOFF, Richard Bruce 
MARRONE, Ralph Tho mas 
MAY, Mark 

MILLER, Ashton Clarke 
MILLER, Robert Hausm an 
MILLER, Robert Irving 
MITCHELL, Robert Elmer, Jr. 



HENRY, George Kenneth 

HIRSHBERG, Richard Willia m 

HORCHOS, Donald Da vid 

HUFF, A. Williamson 

IRVING, Thomas Herbert 

JAMES, Francis Marshall, III 

JOHNS. Spurgeon Stanley, Jr. 

JOHNSON, William Roy 

KALENAK, Alexande r 

KAMDAR, Jayant C. 

KARP, Robert Larry 

KENWORTHY, Harry Jo seph, Jr. PHILLIPS, James Sawye r 

KILMER, Leonard Reid 



MOORE, William Lee 
NASUTT, Floyd Thomas 
NEWBERG, Aaron Nelson 
O'CONNOR, Arthur Joseph 
PATTERSON, Richard John 
PETERS, Norman, Jr. 
PETERSOHN, Jacob Randolph 



FORSYTH, James Ireland , Jr. 
FRANK. Leonard Arnold 



KIVITZ, Philip Bernard 
KLECKNER, Francis Sears 
KOUTEN, Joseph William s, Jr. 
KRAMER, Allan Charles 



PIFFAT, Joseph Francis 
PODOLSKY, Stephen 
PRATT, Peter W'enzel 
PULIZZI, John Sebastian, Jr. 
REAMER. James Francis 



ROTHSCHILD, James Herman 
RUBINSTEIN. Morton Fre deric 
RUDERMAN. Mark 
RYON. Robert Judson 
SANET, Morton Joseph 
SCHATZ, Norman Joseph 
SCHUSTER, Albert Henry, Jr. 



SCHWARTZ, Martin 
SHANE, John Joseph 
SILVERMAN, James Frank 
SIMONS, Howard Melvin 
SHILLING. John Chauncey 
SLACUM, Robert Sweete n 
SLAGLE, Harry Richard 
SNODGRASS. Wilbur Homer. Jr. 



SNYDER. Donald 



ST. CLAIRE, Donald Anthony 
TOMKIEWICZ. Thaddeus 
TRIVUS, Robert Howard" 
WAGEMAKER, Herbert, Jr. 
WAHLIG, Alexander Francis 



WEBER, Alan 



WEINBERG, Ethel Sc h wartz 
WOLANSKY, Sidney 



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ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA — Front Row, left to right: C. Schott, B. Fiedler, G. Glantz, J. Reid, A. Gionti, W. Gordon. Second Roic: 
W. Hamaker, H. Simmons, M. Ruderman, A. Goldberg. ISot present: R. Moscotti (President), J. DeMatteo, J. Cottrell, D. Brown, 
R. Arner, R. Diaz, W. Siefert, Kreithen, James, M. Blumberg. 



ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA 
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 



STUDENT INSTITUTE 



December 12, 1959 



Dear Doctor: 



Dear Sir: 

Regarding your 
inquiry concerning 
our student government 
here at Hahnemann, I have 
gathered the following in- 
formation. The Student Insti- 
tute is an organization established 
over twenty-five years ago for the pur- 
pose of promoting the social, academic 
and administrative welfare and activities of 
the undergraduate. Being composed of two ap- 



The members of Zeta Chapter, Alpha Omega Alpha, congratu- 
late you on your acceptance into our Organization. 
A.O.A. membership is a highly coveted honor sig- 
nifying scholastic excellence, leadership 
ability and outstanding character, 
integrity and dedication to your 
profession. 

You will be initiated at 
a lectureship dinner. 
Details concerning 
this will be 



pointed faculty members and a president and two 
representatives elected from each undergraduate class, 
the Institute stands as an instrument of student opinion. 
Problems such as student's family health plans and Freshmen 



announced 
at a later 
date. 



STUDENT INSTITUTE— Front Roic: C. Henry, A. Crews, J. Goedecke, A. Cattano, Dr. Wilson. Back Rote: Dr. Perlmutler, S. 
Paskin, S. McCurdy, T. Zuck. 




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14"" ANNUAL 
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH DAY 



Hahnemann Medical College • Friday March 4, 1960 



Original Student 
Research Papers 



1. A New All-Purpose Self Retaining 
Retractor. C. T. Yarington, Jr. 

2. A Study of I00 Cases of Con- 
genital Aortic Stenosis. Franklin 
J. DeRusso and Mark May 

3. Physiologic and Metabolic 
Changes During Profound Hypo- 
thermia Employing Autogenous 
Lung. Carlene Samuels 

4. Studies of Polymers as Carcin- 
ogenic Agents. David B. Lucchino 

5. Salt Liberalization in Congestive 
Failure. Donald Snyder 

6. Selection and Isolation of Auxo- 
trophic Yeast Mutants with the 
Aid of Membrane Filters, Anti- 
biotics and other Techniques. 
Normal W. Peters, Jr. 

7. Mitotic Activity in the Develop- 
ing Human Heart. Steven J. 
Phillips 

8. Supercooling and Resuscitation 
of Laboratory Animals. Warren 
Becker 

9. Fetal Hemoglobin Levels During 
the First Year of Life. Richard 
J. Brown 

10. Preparation of a Gold Chelate 
Using AuCI 3 and Na : EDTA. 
Chester S. McLaughlin, Jr. 

11. The Effect of Increasing Portal 
Vein Free Fatty Acid Concentra- 
tions on Liver Uptake. W. Siefert 
and S. Paskin 

12. Improvement in Technique Endar- 
terectomy. Stanley Spitzer 

13. Enzyme Study in Early Myo- 
cardial Infarction with Special 
Reference to Succinic Dehydro- 
genase. Clifford E. Schott, Jr. 

14. A New Thiazide 3-Benzylthio- 
methyl Derivative of Chlorothiaz- 
ide. Leonard Frank 

15. Alterations in Mouse Ascites 
Cancer by Ribonuclease plus 
X-Ray Therapy. Stephen Podolsky 

16. Selective Coronary Arteriography 
and Visualization in the Dog and 
and the Use of Metallic Micro- 
spheres in the Induction of Arti- 
ficial Coronary Occlusion. James 
Compton and Kenneth Miller 

'lus 14 papers by title 

'lus guest speaker — Col. George M. 
Knauf, Hahnemann 1934, Staff 
Surgeon, Air Force Missile Test 
Center, Cape Canaveral, Florida. 
The Medical Aspects of Missile 
Operations. 




IMHMT 



UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH SOCIETY — Front Row, left U, right: J. Solomon, 
C. Czarnecki, C. Samuels, B. Fomalont, S. Phillips, Chairman; B. Figueroa, Secretary; 
H. Berk, J. Sandberg, J. Kamdar. Second Row: L. Fortuna, C. Scholt, W. Barry, G. 
Seitter, B. Friedberg, S. Spitzer, P. Rosen, S. Paskin, A. Williams, E. Andrews. Third 
Row: A. Gionti, E. Hoffman, G. Glantz, D. Snyder, A. Holzworth, J. Cohen, T. Oslick, 
W. Johnson, J. Kouten. Fourth Row: M. Derezin, J. Compton, K. Miller, H. Cohen, 
H. Allison, H. Simons, B. Sklar, W. McCurley, L. Frank, R. Carp. 



Undergraduate Research Society 

In its 14th year and still growing, the Undergraduate Research Society promotes 
student activity in the field of medical research. In the last summer about 25% 
of the student body actively engaged in research activity. The Society yearly 
organizes an Undergraduate Research Day in the spring at which original 
student papers are presented, followed by a guest speaker. An attempt is made 
to keep the student body informed of the research opportunities available and 
to encourage first hand experience in avenues of exploration in basic science and 
clinical medicine. 



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Alexis! Carrell g>octetp 




ALEXIS CARRELL SOCIETY — First Row, left to right: C. Czarnecki, A. O'Connor, 
J. Norante, F. Pugliese, L. Fortuna, F. Colizzo. Second Rote: W. Barry, B. Mc Adams. 
J. O'Malley, W. Strong, S. Puma, P. Keblish. 



tEhese tiaa societies are bebicateb to furthering (Efyristian beliefs aub tbeals ht tfje mebtcal 
stubent anb future phgsician. ©rfts is brought about bg emphasis n» tnlerance anb imber- 
stanbing in botfy professional aub non-professional spheres. 'Jiasic to tljis indole pljilos- 
opb,g is tb,e pursuit of ffonestg, both, spiritual anb intellectual. 



Christian Jffletrtcal g>octetp 




CHRISTIAN MEDICAL SOCIETY— Front Row, left to right: E. Bossard, H. Culton, 
(President) ; D. Cassel, V. Kratz, S. Brown. Second Rote: R. Schuster, D. Davis, L. 1 1am- 
merberg, J. Rutt, R. Jones. 



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AESCULAPIAN SOCIETY— First Rote, left to right: 
P. Ironside, R. Leber, D. Fogg, (Vice President) ; 
D. Coulson, (President) ; W. Young, (Secretary- 
Treasurer) ; L. Robbins. Second Rote: W. Barry, W. 
Hammaker, P. Pellegrino, C. Buckley, J. Carter, A. 
Cattano, W. Figueroa. Third Rote: F. Cressman, C. 
Diez, F. James, R. Witzig, K. Miller, A. O'Connor. 




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CIETY — Front Rote, left 
to right: C. Samuels, E. 
Bossard, B. Fiedler. Sec- 
ond Rote: J. Sandberg, F. 
Camitta, B. Belkin, J. 
Katz. 



WOMEN'S MEDICAL SOCIETY 7 % 



49 




FRATERNIZING 



Alalia tuiypa itapya jfratcntitii 



BETA PHI CHAPTER 
HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE 




141 N. 16TH STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 2. PENNSYLVANIA 




\LPHA KAPPA KAPPA — First Row, left to right: N. Pitha, 
r. Zuck, F. DiMauro, S. Podolsky, F. Cressman, W. Barry, 
D. Ornaf, E. Guerriero, V. DiStefano. Second Row: H. Edson, 
J. Meyers, T. Clair, B. Stedman, C. Schneider, C. Maier, A. 



Williams, H. Tatem, P. Toot, S. McCurdy, A. Petti. Third 
Row: J. Cummings, J. Padona, M. Klein, P. Jermond, J. 
Coppola, W. Christ, H. Mullin, E. Eastland, I. Toland, R. 
Hansen, D. Brendlinger. 



AKK was founded in 1888 at Dartmouth Medical College. Beta Phi Chapter was 
formed at Hahnemann in May 1948. They recently added a new chapter house 
on 16th Street. The group, the youngest at Hahnemann is also one of the most 
enthusiastic — as evidenced by the gala spirits frequently surrounding the house. 
AKK boasts of a well-rounded social program. There are monthly dinner meet- 
ings and frequent gatherings. Not to neglect the scholastic side of things, Presi- 
dent Fred Cressman, points with pride to a budding library and an active 
scholastic aid program. V. Croft, only man to hold 5 jobs at once and still pass, 
typifies the indomitable spirit of the fraternity. 



|JIjt ^ambira ^appa ^raimritg 



.Alpha ^Beta Chapter 




JHaijnemajtn (iflebtcal College 




PHI LAMBDA KAPPA — Front Row, left to right: B. Belkin, 
J. Katz, IN. Schatz, P. Pavitt, A. Cibstein (President), J. Stein 
(Treasurer), M. Bubinstein, B. Fiedler Edelstein, F. Camilla. 
Second Row: A. Newbert, A. Haber, M. Woldoff, E. Hoffman, 
S. Podolsky, J. Horowitz, D. Scheid, H. Berk, A. Patchefsky, 
B. Glaser. Third Row: E. Andrews, J. Solomon, B. Miller, 



J. Cohen, B. Fomalont, S. Paskin, A. Both, H. Libshitz. D. 
Snyder, G. Lassiter (National Bepresentative). Fourth Row: 
B. Petersohn, M. Katz, S. Katz, C. Bojer, B. Portner, J. 
Gotlieb, J. Hyman, W. Latham, B. Gross, F. Priser, P. Gut- 
lolui. W. Becker. 



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Phi Lambda Kappa Medical Fraternity was founded in Philadelphia in 1909. The Alpha 
Beta Chapter at Hahnemann was organized in 1926 and is one of 16 chapters. 

The purposes of this fraternity are to maintain among medical students and physicians, 
regardless of race, creed or color, a spirit of fraternalism, of mutual aid and moral support 
and to advance the concepts of the medical sciences. 

At the 1960 National Convention in Boston, this chapter was voted the best in the nation. 
Pictured is Mark May with Best Chapter trophy. They also braved storms of protest and 
prominently displayed bravery by breaking the sex barrier and admitting female members. 

Well known seniors include Robert Fomalont, whose heart (rumor has it) only beats 
twice a day; "coach" Gutlohn, who can be identified by a large black bag carrying drug 
samples, and Glantz, the only reported case of cerebral edema never to have lost consciousness. 



PHI BETA PI FRATERNITY 




BETA KAPPA CHAPTER 
1511 SUMMER STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 2. PA. 




PHI BETA PI — Front Row, left to right: T. Terura, J. Lillie, W. Spangler, R. Johnson, 
S. Puma, J. Saba. Second Row: J. Stoner, G. Photias, H. Allison, A. Crews, N. Peters, 
F. Nagy. Third Row: E. Lam, S. Alley, J. Schade, C. Lam, G. Arnold, L. Laska. 



'"Brotherhood for all" typifies the atmosphere of Phi Beta Pi fraternity. From 
their recently acquired Chapter house on Summer Street emanates fraternal 
understanding. Lead by Dave Lucchino, their genial president, Phi Beta Pi is 

swiftly becoming one of the most im- 
portant fraternities at Hahnemann. 
Beta Kappa chapter was founded here 
in 1947 as an outgrowth of Pi Epsilon 
Rho. Originality, vigor and freshness of 
outlook mark their approach to schol- 
astic and social undertakings. With A. 
Crews as a member, how could they 
miss? 





PHI DELTA EPSILDN 

BETA ZETA CHAPTER 

HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE 




PHI DELTA EPSILON — First Row, left to right: Alan Kellerman, Stanley Spitzer, 
Morton Richmond, Herbert Cohen, Bernard Friedberg, Barry Loigman. Second Rote: 
Arnold Stein, Mark Kramer, Mark Ruderman, Howard Simons, Herbert Schick. David 
Rosen, Ivan Butler. Third Row: Saul Weinstein, Marvin Derizen, Burton Fine, Meyer 
Gordon, John Ravin, Ted Oslick, Paul Gatterman. 

Phi Delta Epsilon, founded at Cornell University Medical School in 1904. is pledged to 
the three ideals of loyalty, scholarship and fraternity. At the present time, 47 undergraduate 
chapters in leading medical colleges and 35 graduate clubs in major cities uphold the Phi 
D E triad. Beta Zeta Chapter at Hahnemann, is over 40 years old, having been founded in 
1919, and is proud of its hundreds of alumni members who have furthered the interests of 
medicine, and of Hahnemann. 

Every year Phi Delta Epsilon brings a nationally known medical figure to Hahnemann to 
deliver the Aaron Brown Memorial Lectureship to the entire student body and faculty staff. 
The Initiation Ball and the Five Chapters Dance are annually supported bv Beta Zeta, as well 
as the three other undergraduate and the graduate chapters in the city. In addition to these 
two formal dances, the chapter also sponsors numerous informal get togethers and parties 
throughout the school vear. 

Minutia Masters, Art Goldberg, and Mike Blumberg are typical of the zeal for knowledge 
that permeates the fraternity. 



54 



Phi Alpha Gamma 



1624 Summer Street 



Philadelphia 2. Pennsylvania 



®p |llii (Ulft ^ebical ^ratmtftg 






PHI CHI FRATERNITY— 1st Row, left to right: F. Zimpher, J. Loveless, L. Fortuna, 
F. Pugliese, F. Colizzo, J. Shane, B. MeAdams, A. Kallinak, J. Norante. 2nd Rote: R. 
Woolslayer, S. Rzepela, J. Abda, W. Moore, D. Nase, D. Weiss, D. Horchos, A. Cattano, 
J. Reid, A. D'Anca, C. Diez, F. James, C. Henry, R. Caputo, L. Robbins, W. Hamaker, 
W. Barry. 3rd Row: C. Czarnecki, L. Skweir, R. Leber, P. Ironsides. 



The Phi Chi medical fraternity is the largest medical 
fraternity at Hahnemann. Since its union with Phi Alpha 
Gamma in 1949, it has become a leading force in school life. 
Its Alumni Association numbers the Dean and 16 professors. 
Each year two awards are presented: one the E. J. Carey 
memorial award in Anatomy, and the other to the highest 
standing Phi Chi senior. 



The annual social calendar includes the Founder's Day 
banquet, the annual Christmas partv for underprivileged 
children, the fall rushing parties, and many, many, many other 
social events. Fraternity president is William Toth. 




We Apologize 



When this book is published 
It may create a storm. 
We'll be told about the copy 
And our many flaws in form. 

So let us take a minute 
And explain our naughty baby, 
And when you hear the story 
You'll forgive us, maybe. 

For one absent senior picture 
We can only tell you this 
Cameras can't take phantoms 
Or hits won't make a miss. 

The IFC, a noble group, 
May be missed a lot, 
The photographer was present 
The IFC was not. 

Please forgive us Medicine, 
For the things we left unsaid. 
If we gave you your due praise, 
It would go to your head. 

And Surgery, your format's new 
You wield a mighty knife, 
But remember, now and then, 
You're not a way of life. 

For all the people, we left out 
A slight was not intended. 
Our space was not quite adequate, 
So please don't feel offended. 

For senior personalities 
Which we did not discuss 
Remember them just as they were 
And don't rely on us. 

If you think this book lacks depth 
You're absolutely right 
After four such heavy years 
We tried to keep it light. 

We've merely given you the key 
To open what is yours alone. 
So now and then you may recall 
A set of memories of your own. 



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THE MEDIC STAFF. . . 




Announcing 



the 
birth 

of 
the 




MEDIC STAFF 

Editor s-in-Cbief Barbara Fiedler 

Carlene Samuels 

Business Manager Richard Brown 

Photography Editor David Naide 

Associate Photography Editor . . . Frank Kaplan 

Advisor Dr. A. Pearce 

Activities: David Perry, Alan Gibstein 

Charles Diez, David Bosacco 




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Weymouth, Mass. 
Harvard College 



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Lehighton, Pa. 
Lehigh University 



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East Greenwich, R. I. 
Univ. of New Hampshire 



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Temple University 




Richard Berkowitz 
B.S., M.D. 

Lakewood, N. J. 
Rutgers University 



RICHARD BERKOWITZ, M.D. 
„„ MO „„„„„ OBSTETRICS-GYNECOLOGY 

REG. NO. OOOOO 

NAMF DATF 




PHI DELTA EPSILON FRATERNITY. 

FITKIN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 
^. . NEPTUNE, N. J. 

•J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 


.D. 








MYRON BLUMBERG, M.D. 
^r- »„ ™™„ INTERNAL MEDICINE 

REG. NO. OOOOO 

NAMF RATF 




PHI DELTA EPSILON FRATERNITY. ALPHA OMEGA 
ALPHA. 

PHILADELPHIA GENERAL HOSPITAL 
Jblq.: PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

•J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR fl^/f 


.D. 


J — J 





Myron L. Blumberg 
B.S., M.D. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Franklin & Marshall College 






DAVID BOSACCO. M.D. 






REG. NO. OOOOO 


ORTHOPEDICS 




NAME 


. DATE. 












R 






David Bosacco 


AESCULAPIAN SOCIETY. PHI CHI FRATERNITY. 






M.D. 








Glenolden, Pa. 
Lebanon Valley College 


_ MOUND PARK HOSPITAL 
<£lq.: ST - PETERSBURG, FLA. ^> 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR / 








—C^Zt^/ i5«^=* 


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.D. 












ROBERT BRANDT, M.D. 






REG. NO. OOOOO 




SURGERY 


NAMF n 


ATE 












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HAHNEMANN CHORUS. C.M.S.. MAC FAYDEN GYN 
SOCIETY. 








_ KAISER FOUNDATION HOSPITAL 
c=big.: SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 

•J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 














J^£^£c*$ . /^a~« *A 


M.D. 





Robert I. Brandt 
B.S., M.D. 

Beaver Falls, Pa. 

University of Pittsburgh 

Geneva College 




Donald J. Brown 
B.S., M.D. 

Atlantic City, N. J. 
Franklin & Marshall College 



DONALD J. BROWN, M.D. 

GENERAL SURGERY 

REG NO OOOOO 


NAMF nATP 




R 




STUDENT INSTITUTE. CLASS TREASURER. PHI 
LAMBDA KAPPA FRATERNITY. ALPHA OMEGA 
ALPHA. 




ATLANTIC CITY HOSPITAL 
£■ . ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 






&**aJ^'fS3*>+tu>ei M 


.D. 


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REG. NO OOOOO 



RICHARD BROWN. M.D. 



INTERNAL MEDICINE 



NAMF 


DATF 


9 






PHI CHI FRATERNITY. AESCULAPIAN 
MEDIC STAFF. BUSINESS MANAGER. 


SOCIETY. 




WEST JERSEY HOSPITAL 
<£iq.- CAMDEN ' N J - 

•J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 







S&M*A>*^C^. X^_*<r*^W> m 



Richard Johnston Brown 
A.B., M.D. 

Haddonfield, N. J. 
Johns Hopkins University 





Marvin N. Busch 
B.S., M.S., M.D. 

New Brunswick, N. J. 

Tufts University 

Rutgers University 



MARVIN BUSCH, M.D 




REG. NO. OOOOO 


GENERAL SURGERY 


NAME 


DATF 




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PHI DELTA EPSILON FRATERNITY. 






COOPER HOSPITAL 
C. CAMDEN. N. J. 
c£>U3.. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 






^^atuA^L stf <^2*£ 


ijL— M.D. 




ALBERT CASALE, M.D. 


GENERAL SURGERY 

REG. NO OOOOO 


NAME nATF 




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ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA FRATERNITY. ALEXIS CAR- 
RELL SOCIETY. 




_ ST. FRANCIS HOSPITAL 
<~>L].: HARTFORD. CONN. 

•* TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 






OMtnT Q. C***6u „ 


.D. 







Albert Joseph Casale 
B.S., M.D. 

Hartford, Conn. 
Trinity College 




i 



Earl K. Connors, Jr. 
A.B., M.D. 

Newtown Square, Pa. 
Temple University 



EARL CONNORS. JR.. M.D. 

GENERAL PRACTICE 

REG. NO. OOOOO 


NAMF DATF 








K 




CHRISTIAN MEDICAL SOCIETY - SECRETARY. 




LOWER BUCKS COUNTY HOSPITAL 
J^- . BRISTOL. PA. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 




&>J2 K.C*TU*L*++S M 


.D. 








REG. NO. OOOOO 



JOHN COTTRELL, M.D. 



GENERAL PRACTICE 



B 



PHI CHI FRATERNITY. ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA. 



e^Lq.. 



LOWER BUCKS COUNTY HOSPITAL 
BRISTOL. PA. 

TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 



iAp &ttidab m .d. 



John C. Cottrell 
B.S., M.D. 

Bristol. Pa. 
Lebanon Valley College 





David Barns Coulson 
A.B., M.D. 

Johnstown, Pa. 
University of Pennsylvania 



DAVID COULSON. M.D. 



REG. NO. OOOOO 

NAME 



GENERAL PRACTICE 



R 



PHI CHI FRATERNITY AESCULAPIAN SOCIETY 



Sia ..J0H N N E S M T A U W G N HV P A A LLEY MEM ° R ' AL H ° SP ' TAL 

•2 TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 



M.D. 




ASA H. CREWS. JR.. M.D. 


reg. no. ooooo INTERNAL MEDICINE 


NAME n*TF 




1* 




PHI BETA PI MEDICAL FRATERNITY. STUDENT IN- 




STITUTE. SAMA (HAHNEMANN REPRESENTATIVE). 




_ NEWARK BETH ISRAEL HOSPITAL 
<^U3.: NEWARK ' N - J - 

''TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 






&><Z. *?*. C*4*t/-i, (L. M 


.D. 


/ 





Asa H. Crews, Jr. 
B.S., M.D. 

Columbia College New York City 
Newark, N. J. 




Harold Hugh Culton, Jr. 
B.A., M.D. 

Souderton, Pa. 

Bob Jones University 

Temple University 

University of Pennsylvania 



HAROLD CULTON. JR.. M.D. 


GENERAL PRACTICE 

REG. NO OOOOO 


NAMF n»TF 




R 




UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH SOCIETY. MAC FAY- 
DEN GYNECOLOGICAL SOCIETY. CHRISTIAN MEDI- 
CAL SOCIETY - PRESIDENT. 




HAHNEMANN HOSPITAL 
<S>Lq.: PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

''"take for one year ^_^ 






^ ^^-A^LC^TOS^4. MR 





DONALD DAVIS, JR., M.D. 



REG. NO. OOOOO 



NEUROSURGERY 



H 



CHRISTIAN MEDICAL SOCIETY, MAC FAYDEN GYN. 
SOCIETY. PRESIDENT. 



GRADUATE HOSPITAL OF THE UNIV. OF PA. 



<Sla ■ PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

•* TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 



4fiafl^«0J0BA^ 



M.D. 



Donald D. Davis 
B.S., M.D. 

Ardmore, Pa. 

Juniata College 





Joseph De Matteo 
A.B., M.D. 

University of Pennsylvania 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



JOSEPH DE MATTEO. M.D. 


INTERNAL MEDICINE 

REG NO OOOOO 


NAME I1ATF 




R 




ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA. AESCULAPEAN SOCIETY 




U. S. NAVY. PHILADELPHIA NAVAL HOSPITAL 
C. PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 






£U*f4*^ JU2i.~W>aXG£S M 


.D. 








FRANKLIN DE RUSSO, M.D. 
„„. M _ „ THORACIC SURGERY 

REG. NO. OOOOO 

NAME DATF 






ALEXIS CARRELL SOCIETY. RESEARCH FELLOW- 
SHIP SOCIETY, ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA FRATERNITY. 

HAHNEMANN HOSPITAL 
C. . PHILADELPHIA. PA. 
■zziiq.: 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 


.D. 







Franklin John DeRusso 
B.S., iM.D. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Juniata College 




Alphonse J. Di Giovanni 
B.S., M.D. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
St. Joseph's College 



ALPHONSE DI GIOVANNI. M.D. 



RES. NO. OOOOO 



GENERAL SURGERY 



R 



ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA FRATERNITY. 



s> 



MISERICORDIA HOSPITAL 
PHILADELPHIA. PA. 
ua.: 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 



fl^iKV^Dl' ^gw MD . 




JOSEPH Dl MARCO. M.D. 

REG. NO. OOOOO 


RADIOLOGY 


NAMF 


. DATE. 








^ 






ALEXIS CARRELL SOCIETY. 






SACRED HEART HOSPITAL 
C. ALLENTOWN. PA. 
oiq.. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 










Q_/ C- &*{<** 


*~ M 


.D. 


nr 







Joseph C. Di Marco 
B.S., M.D. 

Easton, Pa. 
University of Maryland 




Donald S. Faust 
B.S., M.D. 

Gettysburg College 
Harrisburg, Pa. 



DONALD STRICKNER FAUST. M.D. 



REG. NO. OOOOO 



RADIOLOGY 



R 



MACFADYEN GYNECOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 



POLYCLINIC HOSPITAL 
C. HARRISBURG. PA. 



ua.: 

J TAK 



E FOR ONE YEAR 



£>cr^}^._°^zua)r M , 




BARBARA FIEDLER, M.D. 

PSYCHIATRY 

REG. NO. OOOOO 

IMAMF DATF 




WOMEN'S MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, ALPHA EPSILON 
IOTA. ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA, PSYCHIATRIC SO- 
CIETY, MEDIC - EDITOR. 

HAHNEMANN HOSPITAL 
J^ia,: PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

•J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 


.D. 







Barbara Lois Fiedler 
A.B.. M.D. 

Allentown, Pa. 

Bucknell University 







Robert Fomalont 
A.B., M.D. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Temple University 



ROBERT FOMALONT. M.D. 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 



REG NO OOOOO 



B 



PHI LAMBDA KAPPA FRATERNITY. PSYCHIATRIC 
SOCIETY. UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH SOCIETY. 
YEARBOOK STAFF. 



HAHNEMANN HOSPITAL 
<£lq ■ PHILA DELPHIA. PA. 

''TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 



Ko&**Jr ^en^eL&^fr 



M.D. 




KENNETH FROMME, M.D. 


BEG. NO. OOOOO 


NAMF DATF 




K 




ALEXIS CARRELL SOCIETY. PHI CHI FRATERNITY. 




GEORGE F. GEISINGER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 
C. . DANVILLE, PA. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR /I ^J 






k & iyj? ^ 


£&LLdA£4^- rs^Cvfr^Ottu&i M 


.D. 







Kenneth Louis Fromme 
B.S., M.D. 

\^ atsontown, Pa. 

University of Notre Dame 





Lonnie E. Fuller 
A.B., M.D, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Lincoln University 



LONNIE FULLER, M.D. 


PSYCHIATRY 

REG. NO. OOOOO 


NAME DATF 




R 




PHI BETA PI FRATERNITY. 




HAHNEMANN HOSPITAL 
J^ L . PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

<S TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 






.D. 








ALAN GIBSTEIN. M.D. 



PEDIATRICS 



REG. NO OOOOO 



B 



PHI LAMBDA KAPPA FRATERNITY. INTERFRATERNITY 
COUNCIL - PRESIDENT. 



LONG ISLAND JEWISH HOSPITAL 
C. . NEW HYDE PARK. N. Y. 



TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 




M.D. 



Alan Gibstein 
B.S., M.D. 

Reading. Pa. 
Albright College 




Larry Y. Gilfert 
B.S., M.D. 

Sunbury, Pa. 
Bucknell University 



LARRY GILFERT. M.D. 



REG. NO. OOOOO 



GENERAL PRACTICE 



R 



HARRISBURG HOSPITAL 
<Slq ■ HARRISBURG. PA. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 



^wuv -IW^ J^aX^^A. m d 




ARTHUR GIONTI, M.D. 




INTERNAL MEDICINE 

REG. NO. OOOOO 




NAME n*TF 








U 






STUDENT INSTITUTE. ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA. CLASS 
TREASURER. 




Arthur T. Gionti 
B.S., M.D. 


JEFFERSON HOSPITAL 

C. PHILADELPHIA. PA. 
<^>tq.: 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 




Camden, N. J. 




Rutgers University 


/2*z%,* y o ^£**£* 


.D. 










George M. Glantz 
A.B., M.D. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
University of Pennsylvania 



GEORGE GLANTZ. M.D. 



REG. NO. OOOOO 



SURGERY 



R 



ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA. UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH 
SOCIETY. VICE-PRESIDENT. PHI LAMBDA KAPPA 
FRATERNITY. 



HAHNEMANN HOSPITAL 



Jbiq.: PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

J' TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 



JoA^ix ta ^ JfyJ>Lo-*3 \ 



M.D. 




REG. NO. OOOOO 



NANCY GLICK. M.D. 



PEDIATRICS 



NAME DATF 


K 




WOMEN'S MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. ALPHA EPSILON 
IOTA. 




_ QUEEN OF ANGELS HOSPITAL 
<;£lq.: L0S ANGELES. CAL. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 







\uiOi. *J& L~ A%A^ 



M.D. 



Nancy E. Glick 
A.B., M.D. 

W ilmington, Del. 
University of Delaware 




John Barnes Goedecke 
B.S., M.D. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
University of Notre Dame 



JOHN GOEDECKE. M.D. 


OBSTETRICS-GYNECOLOGY 

REG. NO. OOOOO 


NAMF njTF 




R 




PHI CHI FRATERNITY. STUDENT INSTITUTE. CLASS 
PRESIDENT. 




HARRISBURG HOSPITAL 
C. HARRISBURG. PA. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR m 






&JL j&>.J&*&Xa- m 


.D. 


x 




1 






HENRY GOLD. M.D. 


INTERNAL MEDICINE 

REG. NO. OOOOO 


NAMF n*TF 




K 




UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH SOCIETY. PSYCHIA- 
TRIC SOCIETY. PHI DELTA EPSILON FRATERNITY. 




ATLANTIC CITY HOSPITAL 
eSiq.: AILANTIC CITY, N. J. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 






J/c^f^y^^Cef M 


.D. 


-*v o i 





Henry Jay Gold 
B.S., M.D. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Dickinson College 




Arthur M. Goldberg 
B.A., M.D. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Kenyon College 



ARTHUR GOLDBERG. M. 


D. 


REG. NO. OOOOO 


INTERNAL MEDICINE 


NAME 


n»TF 




R 






I960 BLUE & GOLD - CHAIRMAN. PHI DELTA 
LON FRATERNITY. ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA. 


EPSI- 




ALBERT EINSTEIN MEDICAL CENTER 
^lq m . PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

■J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 










CUL^ n> . fiL&UU 


yv m.d. 




c 






WILLIAM GORDON, M.D. 



REG. NO. OOOOO 



GENERAL PRACTICE 



B 



PHI BETA PI FRATERNITY. ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA. 



HARRISBURG HOSPITAL 



<Slq : HARRISBURG. PA. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 





M.D. 



William Samuel Gordon 
M.D. 

Philadelphia. Pa. 
Pennsylvania State University 




Gerald D. Grant 
B.S., M.D. 

Camden, N. J. 
Michigan State University 



GERALD GRANT. M.D. 

GENERAL PRACTICE 

REG. NO. OOOOO 

NAMF DATF 




WEST JERSEY HOSPITAL 
^ L . CAMDEN. N. J. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 




J21j^cJLcX ^ . J^qIZ-VT^ m 


.D. 








m * 





RICHARD GROSS, M.D. 




REG. NO. OOOOO 


PSYCHIATRY 


NAME 


HATF 




K 






PSYCHIATRIC SOCIETY, PHI LAMBDA KAPPA 
TERNITY. 


FRA- 




ABINGTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 
gglq,; ABINGTON, PA. 

•* TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 










ilus**^i 3, >V-%^< 


^ M 


.D. 









Richard L. Gross 
B.S., M.D. 

Allentown, Pa. 
Muhlenberg College 




Paul A. Gutlohn 
A.B., M.D. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Temple University 



PAUL GUTLOHN. M.D. 



REG. NO. OOOOO 



OBSTETRICS-GYN ECOLOGY 



R 



PHI LAMBDA KAPPA FRATERNITY. 



HAHNEMANN HOSPITAL 
<£la ■ PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

■J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 



&j?a.j ?*a&^ 



M.D. 





WILLIAM HAMAKER, M.D. 



REG. NO OOOOO 



1} 



AESCULAPIAN SOCIETY. ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA. 
PHI CHI FRATERNITY. 



U. S. ARMY. MADIGAN GENERAL HOSPITAL 
jblq.: TACOMA. WASH. 

" TAKE FOR ONE YEAR A 



SURGERY 



William Rodney Hamaker 
B.A., M.D. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
University of Delaware 







David A. Harvey 
A.B., M.D. 

Oaklyn, N. J. 
Gettysburg College 



DAVID HARVEY. M.D 




REG. NO OOOOO 




NAMF 


n*TF 




K 






AESCULAPIAN SOCIETY. 






MOUNTAINSIDE HOSPITAL 
£• . MONTCLAIR. N. J. 

•J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 










/S^L^nU^^r^d^O^ 


'*( M 


.D. 




J 






EDWARD HOFFMAN. M.D. 


INTERNAL MEDICINE 

. REG. NO OOOOO 


NAMF DATF 




R 




UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH SOCIETY. PHI LAMBDA 
KAPPA FRATERNITY. 




ATLANTIC CITY HOSPITAL 
c~>uj.: ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. 

•* TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 






C.dtux^cf- JC rro-d/ifc***. m 


.D. 







Edward L. Hoffman 
M.D. 

Atlantic City, N. J. 
Dickinson College 




Hans Albert Holzwarth 
B.A., M.D. 

Westfield, N. J. 
Dartmouth College 



HANS ALBERT HOLZWARTH. M.D. 



REG. NO OOOOO 



GENERAL PRACTICE 



R 



UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH SOCIETY. 



<Si 



KINGS COUNTY HOSPITAL 
• . BROOKLYN. N. Y. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 



A(u+* djt£+«r tte^yuUZ^ 



M.D. 




BARBARA HORNER, M.D. 




PSYCHIATRY 

REG. NO OOOOO 




NAMF DATF 








11 

1 






UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH SOCIETY. ALPHA 
EPSILON IOTA. AMERICAN WOMEN'S MEDICAL 
SOCIETY. 




G. Barbara Horner 
M.D. 


MISERICORDIA HOSPITAL 
C.„ . PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 




Lansdowne, Pa. 
Temple University 


jj. j&L^A^UL^-jjJc***^^. M.D. 






Richard Gilbert Jones 
B.A., M.D. 

Bloomfield, N. J. 
Wheaton College 



RICHARD JONES. M.D. 



REG. NO. OOOOO 



R 



DETROIT RECEIVING HOSPITAL 



£■ . DETROIT. MICHIGAN 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 



'&*^A*AAJCI. ^6 • < P^ r *^ €j *" 



M.D. 






FRANK KAPLAN. M.D. 



PEG. NO OOOOO 



B 



PHI LAMBDA KAPPA FRATERNITY. UNDERGRADU- 
ATE RESEARCH SOCIETY. UNDERGRADUATE PSY- 
CHIATRY SOCIETY. ASST. PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR. 
MEDIC. 



_ HAHNEMANN HOSPITAL 

<^>iq.: PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

•7 TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 



TraxJic H. . [<aJy£q^ 



M.D. 



Frank Earl Kaplan 
B.S., M.D. 

Moorestown, N. J. 
Pennsylvania State University 




Harold L. Karasic 
B.S., M.D. 

Asbury Park, N. J. 
Ursinus College 



HAROLD KARASIC. M.D. 



ANESTHESIOLOGY 



REG. NO. OOOOO 



NAMF DATE 


R 




PHI LAMBDA KAPPA FRATERNITY. MAC FAYDEN 
GYN. SOCIETY. PYSCHIATRIC SOCIETY. 




HAHNEMANN HOSPITAL 
<Slq.: PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 







Htk+sr*-*/ £puL*+-a>*^e /TCutd^^L 



M.D. 




JOHN KERR, M.D. 

REG. NO OOOOO 

NAMF niTF 




PHI CHI FRATERNITY. AESCULAPIAN SOCIETY. 

GRADUATE HOSPITAL OF THE UNIV. OF PA. 
^ PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 


.D. 


X \ 





John Herbert Kerr 
B.A.. M.D. 

\^ yncote. Pa. 
Lehigh University 







Vladimir D. Korba 
B.S., M.D. 

Mount Pleasant, Pa. 
Pennsylvania State University 



VLADIMIR KORBA, M.D. 

OBSTETRICS-GYNECOLOGY 

REG. NO. OOOOO 

NAMF nATF 




PHI CHI FRATERNITY. AESCULAPIAN SOCIETY. 
HAHNEMANN Y.M.C.A. BASKETBALL TEAM. 

HURON ROAD HOSPITAL 
C. CLEVELAND. OHIO 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 


.D. 










REG. NO. OOOOO 



li 



ALEXANDER LOPUS, M.D. 



SURGERY 



~ MOUNTAINSIDE HOSPITAL 

<=Si'g.; MONTCLAIR. N. J. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 



(^. ^ ^*3*m+- 



M.D. 



Alexander L. Lopus, Jr. 
B.A., M.D. 

Irvington, N. J. 
Rutgers University 




David Byron Lucchino 
A.B., M.D. 

Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
Wilkes College 



DAVID LUCCHINO, M.D. 
or,- ,u„ noooo PATHOLOGY 

REG. NO. OOOOO 

NAMF DATF 




SECRETARY - PRESIDENT - PHI BETA PI FRATER- 
NITY. I.F.C.. UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH SO- 
CIETY. 

_ MISERICORDIA HOSPITAL 
<=Siq.: PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

•S TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 


.D. 








CHESTER MC LAUGHLIN, JR. 


M.D. 




REG. NO. OOOOO 






NAMF 


nATF 








K 








UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH SOCIETY. 






Chester Samuel McLaughlin, Jr 
A.B., M.D. 


„ JACKSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 
<£iq.: MIAMI. FLA. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 






Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Gettysburg College 


CiWt« ^.VUc-WjJL 


-*** M.D. 






John Leroy Morris 
M.D. 

Erie, Pa. 

Allegheny College 



JOHN MORRIS. M.D. 




REG. NO. OOOOO 


GENERAL PRACTICE 


NAME 


DATE. 








R 






HAMOT HOSPITAL 
Sia,. ERIE. PA. 

3 TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 






JZ^ <? ' #Z>^ 


M 


.D. 


v 








RICHARD MOSCOTTI. M.D. 

GENERAL PRACTICE 

REG. NO OOOOO 

NAME HATF 




PHI CHI FRATERNITY, CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT. 
AESCULAPIAN SOCIETY. ROCHE AWARD. ALPHA 
OMEGA ALPHA- PRESIDENT. 

_ ALBERT EINSTEIN MEDICAL CENTER 
<Siq.: PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 


.D. 







Richard ^ illiam Moscotti 
B.A., M.D. 

Atlantic City, N. J. 
Lehigh University 




David Naide 
B.A., M.D. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
University of Pennsylvania 



DAVID NAIDE. M.D. 


INTERNAL MEDICINE 

REG. NO. OOOOO 


NAMF DATF 




R 




PHI LAMBDA KAPPA FRATERNITY. UNDERGRADU- 
ATE RESEARCH SOCIETY. PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR. 
MEDIC. 




_ ALBERT EINSTEIN MEDICAL CENTER 
gSiq.: PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

•s TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 






j^u^d ' Ito^Je M 


.D. 








THOMAS OWEN ORVALD. M.D. 




REG. NO. OOOOO 




SURGERY 


NAME 


DATE. 












1* 








PHI CHI FRATERNITY. AESCULAPEAN SOCIETY. 








_ LANKENAU HOSPITAL 
<Siq.: PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 














rrTL0ni&+K^s. Ljzn**^ 


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.D. 









Thomas O. Orvald 
B.S., M.D. 

Princeton University 
\\ yncote, Pa. 




Peter Pellegrino 
M.D. 

Haddon Heights, N. J, 
Franklin & Marshall 



PETER PELLEGRINO. M.D. 



REG. NO. OOOOO 



R 



AESCULAPIAN SOCIETY. PHI CHI FRATERNITY 



HAHNEMANN HOSPITAL 



<Si.q.: PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEA 



"Pflfe ^sS^ L ^M<ur- Mn 



m 1 




FRANCIS PERNA. M.D. 

REG. NO. OOOOO 

NAMF nATF 




ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA FRATERNITY. UNDERGRADU- 
ATE RESEARCH SOCIETY. ALEXIS CARRELL 
SOCIETY. 

HARRISBURG HOSPITAL 
J^iq.: HARRISBURG. PA. 

•* TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 


.D. 







Francis X. Perna 
M.D. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
St. Joseph's College 




Steven J. Phillips 
A.B., M.S., M.D. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Swarthmore College 

Hahnemann Medical College 



STEVEN PHILLIPS. M.D. 



REG. NO OOOOO 



RESEARCH & TEACHING 



B 



UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH SOCIETY - SECRE- 
TARY. CHAIRMAN. 



PHILADELPHIA GENERAL HOSPITAL 



c^to.; PHILADELPHIA. PA 

J TAKE FOR ONE YE* 



SU^^.P^Xfa 



M.D. 




3% m 




LEWIS PINCH. M.D. 

REG. NO OOOOO 

NAMF nATF 




CHRISTIAN MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

_ CONEMAUGH VALLEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 
<biq.: JOHNSTOWN. PA. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 


.D. 







Lewis W. Pinch 
B.S., M.D. 

Norwood, Pa. 
Grove City College 




Mary Louise Pratt 
A.B., M.D. 

Linwood, Pa. 
Rosemont College 



MARY PRATT, M.D. 
_ M „_ PEDIATRICS 

REG. NO. OOOOO 

NAMF nATF 




ALEXIS CARRELL SOCIETY. ALPHA EPSILON IOTA. 

c, QUEEN OF ANGELS HOSPITAL 
3ta.: LOS ANGELES. CAL. 

*7 TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 




/Tvfct^-v o*€*iM^*-^f ^vvTsi^M m 


.D. 








JEROME REID, M.D. 



REG. NO OOOOO 



INTERNAL MEDICINE 



It 



ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA. 



_ UNIVERSITY OF PA. HOSPITAL 
^^...PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 



i 



JAjynx^ 



CLfZud 



M.D. 



Jerome Alan Reid 
A.B., M.D. 

Camp Hill, Pa. 
Cornell University 




Charles Louis Rojer 
B.A., M.D. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Temple University 



CHARGES ROJER. M.D. 



REG. NO. OOOOO 



R 



PHI LAMBDA KAPPA FRATERNITY. UNDERGRADU- 
ATE RESEARCH SOCIETY. 



„ ABINGTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 
c3ta..ABINGTON. PA. 

*7 TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 

<*> 



M.D. 




ETHEL SAGER, M.D. 


INTERNAL MEDICINE 

REG. NO. OOOOO 


NAMF DJTF 




K 




AMERICAN WOMEN'S MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. 
ALPHA EPSILON IOTA. 




_ ALBERT EINSTEIN MEDICAL CENTER 
<~>tq.: PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 






£tjle*£r J*$a~*Z-^> md 



Ethel Sager 
M.D. 

Philadelphia. Pa. 
Temple University 




Carlene N. Samuels 
B.S., M.D. 

Pennsylvania State University 
Tulsa, Okla. 



CARLENE SAMUELS. M.D. 



REG. NO. OOOOO 



INTERNAL MEDICINE 



NAMF DATF 


B 




UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH SOCIETY. MEDIC. 




CO-EDITOR. WOMEN'S MEDICAL SOCIETY. 




„ HAHNEMANN HOSPITAL 
<=Siq.: PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

^« TAKE FOR ONE YEAR A 







^» i «r\c rwn wr*c i cm n mm 



M.D. 





JOHN SANDERS. M.D. 



REG. NO OOOOO 



DERMATOLOGY 



B 



UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH SOCIETY 



_ WEST JERSEY HOSPITAL 

Jb>iq.: CAMDEN. N. J. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 



(fa&i f. fLGucU 



M.D. 



John B. Sanders 
A.B., M.D. 

Pennsauken, N. J. 
Temple University 




Thomas 0. Savidge 
B.S., M.D. 

Coatesville, Pa. 
Albright College 



THOMAS SAVIDGE, M.D. 


GENERAL PRACTICE 


REG. NO. OOOOO 


NAMF DATF 




K 




- ALLENTOWN HOSPITAL 




tSiq.: ALLENTOWN, PA. 

*> TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 






7X~~ <4 -S^ P » 


.D. 


? 






RONALD SCHAUPP. M.D. 



REG. NO. OOOOO 



GENERAL PRACTICE 



R 



PHI CHI FRATERNITY. PYSCHIATRIC SOCIETY. 



WEST JERSEY HOSPITAL 
Jbiq.: :CAMDEN. N. J. 

•J TAKE FOR ONE 



(j^(ii<K^C^€Uy^ MD 



Ronald Schaupp 
A.B., M.D. 

Oaklyn, N. J. 
Colgate University 




Clifford Eugene Schott, Jr. 
B.S., M.D. 

Berlin, Md. 
Elizabethtown College 



CLIFFORD SCHOTT, JR., M.D. 



REG. NO OOOOO 



GENERAL PRACTICE 



R 



ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA FRATERNITY. UNDERGRADU- 
ATE RESEARCH SOCIETY. ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA. 



MISERICORDIA HOSPITAL 
<Siq.: PHILADELPHIA. PA. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 



ufy*4 n \ sJ-dfe 



M.D. 




LOUIS SELLYEI, JR., M.D. 






REG. NO. OOOOO 


SURGERY 




NAME 


DATE. 












1* 








PHI CHI FRATERNITY. MAC FAYDEN GYNECOLOGI 
CAL SOCIETY. ALEXIS CARRELL SOCIETY. 






Louis F. Sellyei, Jr. 
M.D. 


MOUND PARK HOSPITAL 
Jbiq.: ST. PETERSBURG. FLA. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 






Perth Amboy, N. J. 
Georgetown University 


A./K^'f 


M 


.D. 




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Robert S. Shapiro 
B.S., M.D. 

Franklin & Marshall College 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



ROBERT S. SHAPIRO. M.D. 


PEDIATRICS 

REG. NO OOOOO 


NAMF r>ATF 




ft 




PHI DELTA EPSILON FRATERNITY. 




_ U. S. A. FORCE. LAKELAND AIR BASE HOSPITAL 
<J>U7.: SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS 

-'TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 






M 


.D. 








WILLIAM SIEFERT, M.D. 

PATHOLOGY 

REG. NO. OOOOO 

NAMF DATF 




R 

PHI BETA PI FRATERNITY. UNDERGRADUATE RE- 
SEARCH SOCIETY, ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA. 

_ FITKIN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 
<^>iq.: NEPTUNE. N. J. 

•J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 




OVUJit^Jg S^i^lr m 


.D. 



William Louis Siefert 
A.B., M.D. 

Merchant ville, N. J. 
Temple University 




William P. Sims 
D.D.S., M.D. 

Pennsauken, N. J. 
Temple University 



WILLIAM SIMS. M.D. 


ORAL SURGERY 

REG. NO OOOOO 


NAMF HATF 




R 




ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA FRATERNITY. 




_ WEST JERSEY HOSPITAL 
<Siq.: CAMDEN, N. J. 

•J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 






VjlUISLiuojuu^ P .^Jwv^) M 


.D. 








REG. NO OOOOO 



R 



VINCENT STRAVINO, M.D. 



GENERAL PRACTICE 



PHI CHI FRATERNITY. 



SACRED HEART HOSPITAL 
£■ . ALLENTOWN. PA. 

•7 TAKE>fOR ONE YEAR 



t^^^+^i fl.b tfAtej-U**^ 



M.D. 



Vincent D. Stravino 
B.S., M.D. 

Allentown, Pa. 
Muhlenberg College 




Janis Sube 
B.S., M.D. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Franklin & Marshall College 



JAMS SUBE. M.D. 



BEG. NO OOOOO 



SURGERY 



B 



<Si 



CONEMAUGH VALLEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 
. JOHNSTOWN, PA. 

TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 



tkwvUi 



M.D. 




MARTIN SWIECICKI, JR., M.D. 



REG NO OOOOO 



K 



WEST JERSEY HOSPITAL 



Jbiq.: CAMDEN, N. J. 
''"take for one 



SURGERY 



M.D. 



Martin E. Swiecicki, Jr. 
A.B. M.D. 

Collingswood, N. J. 
Colgate University 




James Bernard Tenney 
A.B., M.D. 

Princeton, N. J. 
Oberlin College 



R 



JAMES TENNEY. M.D. 



REG. NO OOOOO 



U. S. NAVY. GREAT LAKES NAVY HOSPITAL 
^; . GREAT LAKES. ILLINOIS 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 



y^uy^J^ 



Q>. 



M.D. 





LEWIS THEOHAROUS, M.D. 






REG, NO OOOOO 




SURGERY 


NAME 


DATE. 












tt 








WEST JERSEY HOSPITAL 
^- . CAMDEN. N. J. 

•s TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 








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9\fi^J~»-o X>^«-*-^j2-a-*a-C^_ 


- M 


D. 



Lewis Theoharous 
B.S., M.S., M.D. 

Sayre, Pa. 

Pennsylvania State University 




Neal R. Thompson 
B.S., M.D. 

Cowiche, Wash. 
Washington State College 



NEAL THOMPSON. M.D. 

GENERAL PRACTICE 


NAME riATF 




R 




PHILADELPHIA GENERAL HOSPITAL 
C. PHILADELPHIA. PA. 
caw.: 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 






^T^iajL & JJuryy\p^vr^ M 


.D. 








ROBERT THOMPSON, M.D. 




REG. NO. OOOOO 


GENERAL SURGERY 


NAME 


n»TF 




R 






PHI CHI FRATERNITY. AESCULAPIAN SOCIETY. 






ALLENTOWN HOSPITAL 
^ . ALLENTOWN, PA. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 










j&&sjr.*z&™su*rtj 


M 


,D. 


1 f 







Robert L. Thompson 
B.S., M.D. 

State College, Pa. 
Franklin & Marshall College 




William N. Toth 
B.S., M.D. 

Paramus, N. J. 
Georgetown University 



WILLIAM TOTH, M.D. 

GENERAL SURGERY 

REG. NO. OOOOO 

NAMF DATF 




PHI CHI FRATERNITY - PRESIDENT, MAC FAYDEN 
GYN. SOCIETY, UNDERGRADUATE PSYCHIATRIC 
SOCIETY. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL - PRESI- 
DENT. 

U. S. ARMY. MARTIN ARMY HOSPITAL 
J^. . FT. BENNING. GA. 

•* TAKE FOR ONE YEAR ^^«^. 


.D. 








ANTHONY TURCHETTI. M.D. 



REG. NO. OOOOO 



LEGAL MEDICINE 



NAMF 




DATE_ 






K 








STUDENT INSTITUTE. 


AESCULAPIAN SOCIETY. 






WILKES-BARRE 
^l q . WILKES-BARRE 

''TAKE FOR ONE 


GENERAL HOSPITAL 
PA. 






YEAR 







cA^^y^ {/ _^C<^yLcMZ^^ M D 



Anthony J. Turchetti 
B.S., M.S., LL.B.. M.D. 

\^ yoming, Pa. 

Pennsylvania State University 
George V^ ashington University 




John H. Walsh 
A.B., M.D. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Temple University 



JOHN WALSH. M.D. 



REG. NO OOOOO 



R 



PHI BETA PI FRATERNITY. 



ST. LUKES HOSPITAL 
^ . BETHLEHEM. PA. 

•* TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 



%£~ fr ??££*£, 



M.D. 




SAMUEL WESTERMAN, M.D. 


ORTHOPEDICS 

REG. NO. OOOOO 


NAMF nATF 




^ 




PHI LAMBDA KAPPA FRATERNITY. 




HAHNEMANN HOSPITAL 
£1 q . PHILADELPHIA, PA. 

•* TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 






7j(+m4ut. WiaXDi^vvoh*, m 


.D. 







Samuel Thomas Westerman 
B.A., M.D. 

Red Bank, N. J. 
Rutgers University 




Paul Ronald Woolslayer 
B.S., M.D. 

New Kensington, Pa. 
Pennsylvania State University 



PAUL WOOLSLAYER. M.D. 


rhc no ooooo GENERAL PRACTICE 


N4MF DATF 




R 




PHI CHI FRATERNITY. 




CONEMAUGH VALLEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 
^ . JOHNSTOWN. PA. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 






r^^XAJ^^ m 


.D. 


* 






REG. NO. OOOOO 



CHARLES THOMAS YARINGTON. JR., M.D. 

GENERAL PRACTICE 



li 



PHI CHI (SECRETARY. ALUMNI SECRETARY). 
MAC FAYDEN GYN. SOCIETY. AESCALAPIAN SO- 
CIETY. UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH SOCIETY. 



ROCHESTER GENERAL HOSPITAL 
£• . ROCHESTER. N. Y. 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 



M.D. 



Charles Thomas Yarington, Jr. 
A.B., M.D. 

Moravia, N. Y. 
Princeton University 



Richard Lindquist 
M.D. 



Not Pictured 



REG NO OOOOO 

NAMF DATF 








ILLINOIS RESEARCH HOSPITAL 
JSlq.: CHICAGO. ILLINOIS 

J TAKE FOR ONE YEAR 

M 


D. 








COLLEGE COUNCIL 



COLLEGE COUNCIL 

This governing body consists of the Dean, as Chairman, the Medical 
Director (ex-officio) of the Hospital, the Chairmen of all Departments, and 
four members of the Faculty, two elected by the Faculty and two appointed 
by the Dean. 



COLLEGE COUNCIL MEMBERS 1959-60 



Charles S. Cameron, Chairman 

Dean 
Amedeo Bondi, Jr. 

Chairman, Department of Microbiology 
M. John Boyd 

Chairman, Department of Biological 

Chemistry 
Joseph R. DiPalma 

Chairman, Department of Pharmacology 
Carl C. Fischer 

Chairman, Department of Pediatrics 
William L. Gaby 

Elected by the Faculty 
Alexander Gero 

Appointed bv the Dean 
Paul J. Grotzinger 

Elected by the Faculty 
Van B. O. Hammett 

Chairman, Department of Psychiatry 



John M. Howard 

Chairman, Department of Surgery- 
Joseph E. Imbriglia 

Chairman, Department of Pathology 
J. Stauffer Lehman 

Chairman, Department of Radiology 
John H. Moyer 

Chairman, Department of Medicine 
Henry T. Nichols 

Chairman. Department of Thoracic Surgery 
Newlin F. Paxson 

Chairman, Department of Obstetrics and 

Gynecology 
John C. Scott 

Chairman, Department of Physiology 
Harold A. Taggart 

Associate Dean and Secretary 
Raymond C. Truex 

Chairman, Department of Anatomy 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



Earle E. Baruch 

Frederick H. Belfield 

Robert V. Bolger, LL.B. 

James M. Brittain, LL.B. 

John A. Brooke, A.M., M.D., Sc.D. 

Joel B. Davis, A.B. 

Robert G. Dunlop, B.S. 

Myer Feinstein 

Harry B. French 

Arthur Gallagher 

William B. Griscom, Jr. 



John F. E. Hippel, A.B., LL.B. 

Karl R. Kurz 

John C. Longstreth 

Watson Malone, III, LL.D. 

Joseph \Y. Post, M.D. 

Charles J. Reller 

J. Permar Richards 

Lee G. L. Thomas, B.S. 

Carl S. Vogel, B.S. 

Helen Vogen 

J. Frederick Yollmer 



EX-OFFICIO: Charles S. Cameron, A.B., M.D., lice-President and Dean 

Charles S. Paxson, Jr., B.S., Vice-President and Administrator 
Harold A. Taggart, M.D., Associate Dean 



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PAT RONS 




Nathaniel G. Berk, M.I). 


J. Stanffer Lehman, M.D. 




Amedeo Bondi, Jr., Ph.D. 


William Likoff, M.D. 




Alice C. Britt, B.S. in Ed. 


N. Volney Ludwick, M.D. 




Benjamin Calesnick, M.D. 


Bruce V. MacFadyen, M.D. 




Charles S. Cameron, M.D. 


Rosario Maniglia, M.D. 




Alfred J. Catenacci, M.D. 


John H. Moyer, III, M.D. 




Oscar Corn, M.D. 


Leslie Nicholas, M.D. 




Antrim J. Crellin, M.D. 


Henry T. Nichols, M.D. 




Joseph S. DeFrates, Ph.D. 


Axel K. Olsen, M.D. 




Leonard S. Dreifus, M.D. 


Newlin F. Paxson, M.D. 




Daniel F. Downing, M.D. 


Alexander E. Pearce, M.D. 




Robert G. Dnnlop, B.S. 


Domenic J. Pontarelli, M.D. 




William Ellis, M.D. 


Henry I. Perlmutter, Ph.D. 




Philip Fieman, M.D. 


William A. Reishtein, M.D. 




Carl C. Fischer, M.D. 






Joseph M. Gambescia, M.D. 


Marvin J. Seven, M.D. 




Edwin 0. Geckeler, M.D. 


Harold A. Taggart, M.D. 




Gerhard J. Gislason, M.D. 


Lee G. L. Thomas, B.S. 




Paul J. Grotzinger, M.D. 


Charles M. Thompson, M.D. 




D. Dwight Grove, M.D. 


Frank Tropea, Jr., M.D. 




\ an Buren 0. Hammett, M.D. 


Raymond C. Truex, Ph.D. 




John M. Howard, M.D. 


Alexander Ulin, M.D. 




William C. Hunsicker, M.D. 


Joseph F. Uricchio, M.D. 




Robert M. Hunter, M.D. 


J. Fredrick Vollmer 




Harry J. Hurley, M.D. 


Harry S. Weaver. Jr., M.D. 




Joseph E. Imbriglia, M.D. 


William L. Wilson, M.D. 




Lowell L. Lane, M.D. 


Alan W. Winshel, M.D. 





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The HAHNEMANN 

MEDICAL COLLEGE and 

HOSPITAL of PHILADELPHIA 



extends sincere congratulations to all the members of the 113th graduating 
class of 1960. We wish each of you every success in your years of 
professional service to mankind, and trust that you will recall with fond 
memories your student days as "one of the Hahnemann Family." 

We know too that you will always be proud of your Alma Mater 
for her progressive role in the fully accredited training of twentieth 
century physicians, teachers, nurses, medical technicians and research 
investigators.* 

We trust you will continue to be an "active member" of the 
Hahnemann Family through your ever loyal interest, service, and financial 
support. 



^Catalogs and additional information 

pertaining to the curriculum in 

each of these fields may be obtained from 



THE REGISTRAR 

235 North Fifteenth Street 
Philadelphia 2, Pa. 



152 



Partners in Health: 

You . . . 

, » our Doctor . . . 

Your Hospital . . . 

BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD 



ASSOCIATED HOSPITAL SERVICE OF PHILADELPHIA 

Medical Service Association of Pennsylvania 



fOR A BALANCtD OUT 




WHITE ENRICHED BREAD 



WM. H. WALTERS & SONS, INC. 

Heating — Plumbing — Power Piping 
Sewage Disposal Air Conditioning 

* 

1306-16 North Carlisle Street 
Phila. 21, Pa. 



PO 3-8500 



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bsiTfl 



/ • 1 




lassie therapy 

for preventing and healing 

diaper rash 

excoriation, chafing, irritation 

DESITIN 

OINTMENT 

. . . enduring in its efficacy 

. . . pleasing in its simplicity 

. . . exemplifying pharmaceutical elegance 

SAMPLES on request DESITIN CHEMICAL COMPANY 

812 Branch Ave., Providence 4, R. I. 



BOERICKE & RUNYON, Div. 

HUMPHREYS MEDICINE CO., INC. 

273 Lafayette Street, New York 12, N. Y. 



Manufacturers of Homeopathic Preparations and Specialties and Other Pharmaccutal 
Products. 

Publishers of Dr. Boericke's Pocket Manual of Homeopathic Materia Medico with 
Repertory, comprising 1,042 Pages. 

Price per copy $8.00. 



SPECIAL PREPARATIONS 
TYROTHRICIN LOZENGES 

An antibiotic in local treatment of gram positive injections of mouth and pharynx. 

VITAMIN B12 CRYSTALLINE INJECTABLE 

For use in Pernicious Anemia. Available in several Potencies. 

Catalog mailed to Physicians on request 



154 



CONOR Ml HI IONS 



TO THE 



CLASS OF 1060 



FROM YOUR 



HAHNEMANN 

ALUMNI 
ASSOCIATION 



JOHN K. BURCH COMPANY 

Upholstery Fabrics 
and Supplies 

57 Years of Service 

Philadelphia, Penna. 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Detroit, Mich. 
Cincinnati, Ohio 
Chicago, III. 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Dallas, Texas 

San Francisco, Calif. 



GENERAL INTERNSHIPS 

THE 
WASHINGTON HOSPITAL 

Washington, Pennsylvania 

Internship organized as a year of teaching 
experience, both clinical and didactic. 
Weekly seminars plus the regular Depart- 
mental and Staff Meetings. 

Over 10,000 Admissions — 2,000 Births 
11% Charity Load 

New facilities, attractive working conditions 
and policies — Adequate remuneration and 
some Free Apartments. 

For more information write — 
Chairman, Intern Program 



155 




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CONGRATl I. iTIONS 



TO Till: 



CL iSS OF 1<)()0 



WEST JERSEY 
HOSPITAL 



Fully* Approved For One Year 
Rotating Internship 



Compliments of 



THE 
SAMSON LABORATORIES 



1619 SPRUCE STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 3, PA. 



Modern Laboratory Service for 
Modern Medicine 



Phone: \\ Alnut 5-442.3 



H. PERILSTEIN 



Glass 



524 LOMBARD STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 47, PA. 



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• For Coffee 

• For Lunch 

• For Dinner 

• For a Snack 

HERM'S 
LUNCHEONETTE 

246 NORTH 15th STREET 



Meet Your Friends 

At This 

Hahnemann Institution 



LOcust 7-9897 



BEST WISHES 



FROM 



HAHNEMANN BOOK STORE 



Shirley E. Mohn 



158 




OBSTETRICAL — GYNECOLOGICAL 

PHARMACEUTICALS AND BIOLOGICALS 

FOR THE MEDICAL PROFESSION 

ORTHO 
PHARMACEUTICAL CORPORATION 

RARITAN, NEW JERSEY 



BEST WISHES 
TO THE CLASS OF I960 



DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY 



QUAKER METAL 
MANUFACTURING CO. 



2228-38 NORTH 28th STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 32, PA. 



Manufacturers of 

Laboratory Cabinets 

Installed in Hahnemann 



159 



Compliments 
of 



GORDON - DAVIS 
LINEN SUPPLY CO. 



Compliments 
of 



DEWEY'S 
COFFEE SHOP 



206 NORTH BROAD STREET 



THE 
ADAMS-LESSACK COMPANY 



Stationers 



College Supplies Our Specialty 



Southeast Corner 

15th and RACE STREETS 

PHILADELPHIA 2, PA. 



LOcust 7-1133 



Serving Hahnemann Students 
and Staff 



COLONIAL 
DRUG COMPANY 



Northeast Corner 
15th and RACE STREETS 



LOcust 7-1134 RItteniiouse 6-6832 



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HAVE YOU NAD V FINANCIAL 
(HICK UP LATELY? 



The Green Stuff so I ital 
to Good Sound Finan- 
cial Health non't always 

flow freely. 

Store some of it away for 
future use. We will add 
Dividends to it twice a year. 
Payable June 30th and De- 
cember 31st at the rate of 
\ c 'c (anticipated rate effec- 
the January 1, 1960) at 



LIBERTY FEDERAL SAVINGS 
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 



202 N. BROAD STREET 
and 

STENTON & DUVAL ST. 




Success to the C.luss of '()() 



WALTER CAMEMSCH, Inc. 



Complete Office Services 



210 NORTH BROAD STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 2, PA. 



LOcust 4-4500 



Compliments of 

SACRED HEART HOSPITAL 

A 500-Bed General Hospital in 
ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 

Offering 
TEN ROTATING INTERNSHIPS 

Approved Residencies in Surgery, Medicine, Pathology, 
Radiology, Obstetrics and Gynecology 



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Congratulations 
from the 

HORN & HARDART 
RESTAURANT 



244-48 NORTH BROAD STREET 



Best Wishes 
To the Class of 1960 



HAHNEMANN 

UNDERGRADUATE 

WIVES' ASSOCIATION 



MEDICAL SPECIALTIES COMPANY 



226 NORTH FIFTEENTH STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 2, PA. 



Supplies and Equipment for 



PHYSICIANS, HOSPITALS 

and 

LABORATORIES 



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THE 

HOWARD P. FOLEY 

COMPANY 



Electrical Construction 



90 ROCHELLE AVENUE 
PHILADELPHIA 28, PA. 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 
A WONDERFUL GROI I* 



BRANDT N. EARHART 



Estate Planning for Physicians 



LOcust 8-0535 



SCHREIBER'S 
RESTAURANT 



16th and RACE STREETS 



Where Hahnemann Men Meet to Eat 



Television Service to Hospitals 



Compliments of 



JERROLD 
ELECTRONICS CORP. 



PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



BAldwin 6-3456 



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1934 

1936 

1938-43 

1944 

1948 

1951 

1957 

1958 

1959 



YEARS added to average 
life span in last half century 

In 1910 the average life expectancy in America was 50 years. Today 
it has jumped to 70. 

Progress in the medical sciences has played a major role in adding 
20 years of useful life. 

In the same period, research conducted at Merck Sharp & Dohme 
has led to the introduction of scores of new products. Here are some of 
the major contributions made by the company during these years of 
medical progress: 

Vitamin C, essential to the connective tissue of the body, is isolated. 

Vitamin B lf useful in treating a variety of nerve and heart disorders, is synthesized. 

New sulfa drugs to combat bacterial infection are synthesized and introduced. 

Cortisone, to combat pain and symptoms of arthritis, is first synthesized. 

Vitamin B l2 , used to combat pernicious anemia, is isolated. 

'Benemid' (Probenecid), for the treatment of gout, is first synthesized. 

'Diuril' (Chlorothiazide), to combat high blood pressure and congestive heart failure, 
is synthesized and offered commercially. 

'Decadron' (Dexamethasone), the most potent anti-inflammatory steroid, is developed 
and first offered commercially. 

'Tetravax' is developed to immunize infants and children against four deadly child- 
hood diseases — polio, whooping cough, tetanus and diphtheria. 




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S0MERCK SHARP & DOIIMl^ 



DIVISION OF MERCK & CO.. INC 



Quality pharmaceuticals and biologicals 
PHILADELPHIA • WEST POINT, Pa. 



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Congratulations and Best 11 ishes 
to the Graduating (.hiss 

MERIN STUDIOS OF PHOTOGRAPHS 

OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS TO THE I960 MEDIC 

All portraits appearing in tins publication 
have been placed on Eile in our Studio 
and can be duplicated at any time. 

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and 

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Best Wishes 
to the Class of 1960 



ST. AGNES HOSPITAL 



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THE BROADWOOD HOTEL 



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Philadelphia 2, Pa. 



"First for Functions" 



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General Manager 



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CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 
TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1960 

from the 

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16: 



THE INTERNAL CLOCK 

The ability to judge intervals of time is a basic 
mental function. In order to learn how drugs 
affect this "internal clock," SK&F scientists 
use a test in which a monkey must hit a lever 
after an interval of 20 seconds to obtain food. 
When he is under the influence of certain 
drugs, "time flies" and he misses the pay-off 
period by hitting the lever too late. Other drugs 
make "time drag" and he misses the pay-off 
period by hitting the lever too soon. 



Because one of the characteristics of many 
mental disorders is a distortion of the time 
sense, observing how drugs affect this primary 
psychological process may reveal valuable in- 
formation that will help SK&F scientists in dis- 
covering effective treatments for mental illness. 

SMITH KLINE & FRENCH LABORATORIES 

pioneering in pharmaceuticals . . . 
for better health 




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components of 35 brewer's yeast tablets. 
Now you can give your patients the full range of B complex 
natural vitamins as presented by brewer's yeast . . . 
Leading authorities always have recognized the value of 
brewer's yeast, but the necessity of giving a patient 30 to 40 
large tablets a day has limited the usefulness of this valuable 
vitamin source. Now — one teaspoonful of naBcon a day will 
give the same results — results often significantly superior to 
synthetic B complex mixture. 
Whether the patient is 3 years or 80 years old, for 
gratifying clinical response and willing patient co- 
operation, prescribe naBcon in 4 oz. bottles — a 
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It's really pleasant. 
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